Crush

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Orca Book Publishers, Mar 1, 2006 - Young Adult Fiction - 136 pages
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Because of a moment of indiscretion, Hope's parents send her to New York to spend the summer with her hipster sister while they travel to Thailand. Miserable, Hope ends up meeting Nat, and developing a powerful crush. The only problem is that Nat is a girl. Hope is pretty sure she isn't gay. Or is she? Struggling with new feelings, fitting in and a strange city far from home, Hope finds that love -- and acceptance -- comes in many different forms.

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User Review  - sumariotter - LibraryThing

I have been surveying YA lesbian literature lately and would like to rate this highly as a young adult lesbian novel but I didn't think it had much substance. It was not very believable (girl just ... Read full review

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User Review  - TildaGustafsson - LibraryThing

Crush is a pretty good book but it doesn't really keep your attention through out the book, it gets boring after a while but it is interesting. If you're into not so much drama, and like to read about ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Carrie Mac is an award-winning author who has moved too many times to count. For now, she lives in Pemberton, a very small town nestled in the mountains north of Vancouver. Carrie Mac's first novel The Beckoners won the Arthur Ellis YA Award, is a CLA Honour book, and is being adapted for film. She is available for school and library presentations, and has been known to hold the interest of a couple hundred teens where others have failed. Maybe it's the tattoos. www.carriemac.com

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